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  • Welcome to Dublin City Council | Dublin City Council
    The next repair café will be held on Sunday 7th Dec from 1pm to 4pm in the Parish Hall of St John the Baptist Church Seafield Road West Clontarf Dublin at Christmas 13th November 1st January Dublin City has some fantastic events taking place to celebrate Christmas and the New Year These events range from the Christmas markets Tree Lighting Ceremonies NYE festival and more Find out about our Upcoming Events Find details of the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremonies in your area Dublin City Council has begun preparing the new City Development Plan 2016 2022 It will set out a shared vision and direction for the future development of our city To inform this process Dublin City Council have put together an Issues Paper which highlights some of the big picture priority issues for the city over the next six years We are encouraging citizens communities and organisations to read through these issues and make observations http www dublincitydevelopmentplan ie Street Performers Bye Laws Dublin is famous for its music and busking tradition and with this in mind Dublin City Council have drafted bye laws to regulate busking in Dublin City to help make street performing a more positive experience for everyone In recent years complaints around Street Performing to the City Council An Garda Síochána and the various business representative organisations have increased significantly The complaints mainly relate to loud continuous noise obstruction of premises busking taking place late at night disturbing city residents and intimidation by some performers soliciting donations so the bye laws are being put in place to help improve this situation Read more We are on Pinterest are you A few months back we started a Pinterest account to share with you images of city events historical records and anything interesting that we come across in archives and in our day to day work We are always looking for interesting images of the city If you have any and would like us to share it in our account please send it to us to webmaster dublincity ie Flood Protection As a property owner taking measures to protect your property from flooding will limit the distress and damage caused by flooding However finding the right flood protection products can be difficult Dublin City Council has developed a Property Flood Protection Guide to assist property owners in selecting flood protection products We have also produced other documents that will assist property owners in preparing in advance for a flood and dealing with a flood as it is happening More Irish Water Irish Water is the new national water utility and is now responsible for managing the delivery of water services to homes and businesses in Ireland For further information or to report an issue with Water supply Water quality Wastewater More Tá an comhlacht nua Uisce Éireann freagrach as seirbhísí uisce a chur ar fáil do ghnólachtaí agus do theaghlaigh Brú anseo le haghaidh eolas i nGaeilge www water ie Luas Cross City College Green Utility Works

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  • Business | Dublin City Council
    Chearta Teanga Foirmeacha Iarratais Imeachtaí Gaeilge Ioc ar Line Seachtain na Gaeilge Sraidainmneacha Bhaile Atha Cliath Dublin City Street Names Map Zone Accessibility Locations Arts Facilities City Council Offices Planning Information Recreation and Community Facilities Roads and Traffic Parking Information Sports Facilities Waste Disposal Facilities A Z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Top 4 menu Toggle navigation Section 32 transfer of rateable property Become a Council Supplier Buy or Lease a Council Property Dublin Free WiFi Home Services Business Business The City Council s Economic Development Unit through the implementation of a series of measures aims to facilitate economic activity in the City The development of a Business Support Unit is one such initiative being undertaken The Council recognises the importance of the role that business plays in the economy and is committed to it The City Council through the delivery of its many key activities assists businesses on a daily basis and has established a Business Support Unit BSU that will further enhance this service The unit which is an initiative of the Economic Development Department will provide information on and co ordinate access to the range of Dublin City Council services that are required for setting up or growing a business Read more about the Business Support Unit Buy a property from Dublin City Council We regularly sell sites and properties that are surplus to our requirements These are advertised on this website and in the property supplements of both the Irish Independent and Irish Times newspapers For more information Business Support Unit Office of Economy and International Relations 3 Palace Street Dublin 2 Email edu dublincity ie Tel 01 222 0100 Feedback Comments Broken Link Incorrect

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  • Community | Dublin City Council
    Zone Accessibility Locations Arts Facilities City Council Offices Planning Information Recreation and Community Facilities Roads and Traffic Parking Information Sports Facilities Waste Disposal Facilities A Z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Top 4 menu Toggle navigation Age Friendly City Project Childrens Services Unit Community and Social Development Service Dublin City Local Community Development Committee Home Services Community Community Community and Social Development is about building viable inclusive and sustainable communities throughout the city There is a strong team of staff throughout the city working with communities in the Council s 5 administrative areas Central South Central South East North West and North Central Working in partnership with community volunteers residents businesses statutory and non statutory agencies elected representatives and other city council staff ensures that a proactive approach is taken to dealing with the opportunities and challenges that face the city Some of the community services include Age Friendly City Project Children s Services Community and Social Development Service Diversity in the Economy and Local Integration DELI Dublin City Local Community Development Committee Dublin ie and ICT Projects Intercultural Dublin Joint Policing Committees Dublin City Public Participation Network PPN Social Inclusion We work to promote the development of social cohesion where everyone has the opportunity to participate in the life of the city and have their voices heard In addition to helping with capacity building for participation the team assist communities and residents groups to identify their needs and develop appropriate plans A culture of volunteering is promoted where people of all ages and abilities are encouraged to get involved in their communities Key Personnel Bernie Doherty Senior Executive Officer For more information Community and Social Development Block 3

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  • Culture, Recreation, Amenity and Community | Dublin City Council
    Z Top 4 menu Toggle navigation Events in Dublin City Dublin City Public Libraries and Archive Dublin City Parks Sport and Recreation Home Services Culture Recreation Amenity and Community Culture Recreation Amenity and Community Our Role Our role is to provide a wide range of services for citizens of Dublin and visitors to our city to enjoy Our services enable you to experience Irish culture the arts and to engage in a host of sports and leisure activities or simply to take pleasure in our wonderful parks and amenities such as playgrounds Our services and events are easily accessible and many are free We are also responsible for a number of key projects such as the proposed new City Cultural Quarter at Parnell Square the restoration of the Richmond Barracks at Inchicore and the Temple Bar Project Our services and activities include Community City Libraries Swimming Pools Sports and Fitness Centres Sport and Recreation Dublin City Parks The Dublin City Arts Office Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane International Relations Parnell Square Cultural Quarter Restoration of Richmond Barracks Tenement Experience at Henrietta Street Temple Bar Project Events and Tourism The promotion of Tourism Festivals and Events in the City is an important role that we are involved in In recognition of the upcoming period of significant historic events we are developing a comprehensive programme to mark the Decade of Commemorations 2012 2022 Additional Services We also manage a number of other services such as Animal Control provision of Casual Trading Licences Commemorative Naming Intoxicating Liquor Bye Laws Higher Education Grants School Meals Control of Street Preformers Bye Laws Busking and the City Hall Exhibition Space Key Personnel Brendan Kenny Assistant Chief Executive Strategic Policy Committee Councillor Mary Freehill The Arts Culture Leisure and Community Strategic Policy Committee oversees the work

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  • Housing | Dublin City Council
    Zone Accessibility Locations Arts Facilities City Council Offices Planning Information Recreation and Community Facilities Roads and Traffic Parking Information Sports Facilities Waste Disposal Facilities A Z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Top 4 menu Toggle navigation My Council Home Home Grants Schemes Choice Based Housing Lettings City Architects Division Home Services Housing Housing Affordable Housing Scheme As directed by the Department of the Environment Community and Local Government all Affordable Housing Schemes are now ceased Call for Proposals 2014 Submissions are requested from Approved Housing Bodies for cost effective and sustainable proposals to meet the housing needs of people through the Capital Assistance Scheme Further details are available in the Department of the Environment Community and Local Government Circular Housing 5 14 please click here to view the circular To download the Capital Assistance Scheme CAS Programme 2014 2016 word document please click here All proposals are to be submitted to Call for Proposals 2014 Housing Residential Services Block 1 Floor 3 Civic Offices Wood Quay Dublin 8 The closing date for proposals is 5 00 p m on Friday 7th March 2014 Evaluate the management of your apartment scheme Use our 2 Successful Apartment Living reports to evaluate how well the management scheme for your building is performing Housing estates due for refurbishment Among the housing projects currently being refurbished are O Devaney Gardens Dublin 7 St Michael s Estate Dublin 8 Dominick Street Dublin 1 Bridgefoot Street Dublin 7 St Teresa s Gardens Dublin 8 and more Feedback Comments Broken Link Incorrect Information General Submit Trending Housing Housing Dublin House Choice Based Housing Lettings Apply for a Council Home Rental Accommodation Scheme Home Grants Schemes My Council

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  • Planning | Dublin City Council
    making of the Dublin City Development Plan Local Area Plans any variation of a plan and any material contravention of the plan is a function reserved to the elected members of the Council The Council must take the necessary steps to implement the objectives which are contained in the development plan Dublin City Development Plan 2016 2022 Dublin City Council has begun preparing the new City Development Plan 2016 2022 It will set out a shared vision and direction for the future development of our city To inform this process Dublin City Council have put together an Issues Paper which highlights some of the big picture priority issues for the city over the next six years We are encouraging citizens communities and organisations to read through these issues and make observations More information is available at www dublincitydevelopmentplan ie Please click here for public notice including list of drop in sessions EU TURAS Project http www turas cities org 11 cities are part of the EU project called TURAS which is an acronym for Transitioning towards Urban Resilience In Dublin the collaboration is between Dublin City Council University College Dublin and small to medium enterprise SMEs Click here for more Dublin City Development Plan 2011 20 17 The Dublin City Development Plan sets out policies and objectives to create a sustainable and vibrant city at the heart of the Greater Dublin Region This plan guides how and where development will take place in the city over the next 6 years This plan was adopted by Dublin City Council at a Special adjourned Meeting on 24th November 2010 The plan came into effect on 22nd December 2010 Find out more about the plan North Lotts Grand Canal Dock SDZ Planning Scheme Please note that An Bord Pleanála approved the North Lotts Grand Canal Dock SDZ Planning Scheme on 16th May 2014 subject to a number of minor modifications The SDZ Planning Scheme by virtue of Section 169 of the Planning and Development Acts 2000 2013 now forms part of the City Development Plan and any contrary provisions in the Development Plan are superseded Click here for further information on the North Lotts Grand Canal Dock SDZ Planning Scheme Proposed Draft Variation No 21 to Dublin City Development Plan 2011 2017 Rezoning of the subject lands at site at the corner of Cork Street Ormond Street Dublin 8 Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 13 of the Planning and Development Act 2000 as amended that Dublin City Council being the Planning Authority for Dublin City has prepared the Proposed Draft Variation of the Dublin City Development Plan 2011 2017 Click here for further information on the proposed Draft Variation No 21 Proposed Draft Variation No 22 to Dublin City Development Plan 2011 2017 Rezoning of the subject lands at the Irish Film Censor Building and former Garda Station on Harcourt Terrace Dublin 2 Notice is hereby given pursuant to Section 13 of the Planning and Development Act 2000 as amended that

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  • Press and News | Dublin City Council
    Find it Pay for it Report it Contact Us Láthair Ghaeilge Baile Aonad na Seirbhísí Custaiméirí Classmate Iris do Bhunscoileanna Do Chearta Teanga Foirmeacha Iarratais Imeachtaí Gaeilge Ioc ar Line Seachtain na Gaeilge Sraidainmneacha Bhaile Atha Cliath Dublin City Street Names Map Zone Accessibility Locations Arts Facilities City Council Offices Planning Information Recreation and Community Facilities Roads and Traffic Parking Information Sports Facilities Waste Disposal Facilities A Z A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Top 4 menu Toggle navigation Contact the Media Relations Office Read a Press Release Dublin City Council s Recent Press Packs Dublin City Council s ezines Home Services Press and News Press and News About the Media Relations Office News about all aspects of the services provided by Dublin City Council is disseminated through the Media Relations Office by various means including press releases and publications The Media Relations Office provides a daily service to the print and broadcast media on behalf of the City Council If you are a member of the press we can provide you with Information statistics and key facts on Dublin

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  • Roads and Traffic | Dublin City Council
    Council to introduce new traffic measures to facilitate Smart Travel on city quays Dublin City Council is pleased to announce new traffic measures which will facilitate Smart Travel on the city s quays Smart Travel includes public transport cycling and walking Click here to read the Press Release Bridges of Dublin Project Bridges of Dublin was designed to showcase Dublin s unique bridge infrastructure The site provides a range of information running to over 90 000 words covering the history design engineering statistics and interesting facts for each of the current 23 bridges Find out more about the Bridges of Dublin Project here Templeogue Road queue relocation signals To prevent down stream congestion at Terenure Cross the queuing traffic is moved to the upstream section on the wider section of Templeogue Road which has sufficient capacity to contain the queue The bus lane on this wider section allows buses to overtake the queue and travel unhindered down the uncongested section of road The signals are not demanded by approaching buses but operate when a queue length of 100 metres is detected on the approach to the junction of Templeogue Road Terenure Road West Luas Cross City Project Find out more about the Luas Cross City Project here Proposed Traffic Management works on St Stephen s Green East and St Stephen s Green North Dublin 2 to facilitate LUAS Cross City Please click here for full details To download a map of Luas Cross City please click here East Link Bridge Tolls The current tolls being applied at East Link Toll Bridge are as follows Class of Traffic Amount of Toll Motor Cars 1 75 Buses commercial vehicles not included in any other class with an unladen weight not exceeding 2 tonnes 2 60 Commercial vehicles over 2 tonnes unladen weight and with not more than 2 axles 3 50 Commercial vehicles over 2 tonnes unladen weight and with not more than 3 axles 4 30 Commercial vehicles over 2 tonnes unladen weight and with 4 or more axles 5 20 Taxi Rank Bye Laws Dublin City Council has made Bye Laws entitled Dublin City Council Appointed Stands Street Service Vehicles Bye Laws 2011 in respect of regulating the location and operation of taxi stands in the Dublin City area These Bye Laws are effective from 12 th December 2011 Please click here more information Easy travel planning with traffic images Plan a journey in Dublin by using recent images of traffic conditions on the city s main roads Dublin City Council Control of Horse Drawn Carriages Bye Laws 2011 Dublin City Council has made Bye Laws entitled Dublin City Council Control of Horse Drawn Carriages Bye Laws 2011 The Bye Laws regulate the operation of Horse Drawn Carriages in respect of the administrative area of Dublin City Council and they came into effect on 1st February 2011 The main areas covered by the Bye Laws are Location of hiring stands for hiring of hackney carriages Standards for hackney carriages Requirements

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